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Marty 



Their friendship was genuine 
but their conflict was im 



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Meet Spin and Marty. 



The best of friends! They rode 
together for the Triple -R, and 
talked of the day when they would 
be partners in a ranch of their own. 




cei hy Weilcii, 



HI, FELLAS! I'M sues glad 
TO SEE YOU AND THE GOOD 
TRIPLER! I FOOLED yOU, 
DIDN'T IT. 



iil sav vou did) 
'"" 's the fake polo 
who couldnt 
rideanokse* , 





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StU BURNETT, OA/e OF 7M£ COOASetLOffS , 

JO/A/ THFG&CXJP. . ■ 

WELCOME BACK TO THE "^IT DOESN'T LOOK 
DIRTY OLD FARM, MARTY! J ONE ST DIRTY THIS 
-YEAR, MR. LOGAN " 



I'LL TAKE tM. PERKINS! 
AND DON'T FORGET... 
YOU PROMISED TO CALL 
ME MARTY WHILE 
WE'RE HERE! 




YOUR OLD JOB OF 

COOK'S HELPER IS 

WAITING FOR YOU, 

PERKINS... IF 

VOU WANT IT 



^ I DO INDEED, SIP! ILL 
POP OVER TO THE KITCHEN 
NOW.. .AND GET 8U5Y' 





I FEEL THE 
SAME WAY, MARTY! 
THE TRIPIE-R'S 

HOME TOME, 




I BROUGHT THE EIGHT CLOTHES 
THIS YEAR! PERKINS BOUGHT 
'EM FOR ME . .WITHOUT GRAMMY 
KNOWING IT ! HAVE YOU SEEN 
SKYJPOCKET. SPIN? 



\YEPI HE AND SAILOR ARE FINE... 
BUT TOO FAT! OLLIE SAYS THEY 
NEED A GOOD WORKOUT! 




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WE'RE GOING TO STRESS SWIMMING THIS YEAR 
AS WELL AS RIDING, ROPING AND CAMPING 
WE'LL HAVE A SWIMMING MEET WITH THE 
NORTH FORK BOYS ' CAMP AT THE END OF 

THE SUMMER! 




YOU AMP THE GlKLS GO ON, 

MI5SAPAM5! I'LL CATCH 

UP WITH VOU ! 




YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN \ DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT! 
WARTY IN THE RODEO / SPIN WAS THE CHAMP 

LAST SUMMER ! HE -^ - , OF THAT SHOW 

OFF ALMOST 
ALL THE PRIZES. 1 




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MARTY'S DOING FINE 
FOR ALMOST A 
BEGINNER! IF HE KEEPS UP 




ALL THE BOY5 LOOK FINE ! WE OUGHT TO 
MAKE A GOOD SHOWING IN THE MEET WITH 
NORTH FORK ! 



NOTHING'S BOTHERING 

-W/ JUST KEEP OUT 

OF MY WAV, THAT'S ALL 




I MET OWE OF THE CAMP 
COUNSELLORS ...HELEN ADAMS 

..LAST EVENIN6* SHE TOLD ME 
SPIW AND MARTY RESCUED 
ANNETTE FROM DYNAMITE 

YESTERDAY! 





WHY IS AW GRANDSON \ WE ALL TAKE TURNS 

WORKING AS A WAITE? ? \ WAITING OH TABLE, 

" " r I PAY YOU EN0U6H J GRAMMY! IT'S FUN! 

TO FEED HIM" 




AND .THESE RIDICULOUS T HE'S IN THE KITCHEN 
CLOTHES! WHY ISN'T PERKINS J HELPING GEORGE , 
TAKING CARE OF YOU? ^ THE CAMP COOK! 
WHERE /S PERKINS? ^^^ I'LL 6ET HIM! y 




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WILL VOU JOIN ^i NO, THANK VOU! I 
US FOR LUNCH, RECEIVED YOUR 

MRS. MARKHAM:*,/ LETTER! WHAT DID 
YOU MEAU ABOUT 
MARTIN HOT WANTING 
SEPARATE ROOM? 







/'BYEi PON'T FORGET... YOU \ 
f PROMISE? TO COME BACK FOR \ 
I THE 616 DANCE, GRAMMY! J 




1VE CHANSED MV mW ABOUT \ THANKS, SRAMMY! I'M SURE \ 
VOUR SEPARATE ROOM, MARTIN ! aAD VOU CAME TO VISIT THE i 

YOU'D BETTER STAY IN THE __-- / — , TRIPLE-? ! -^ 

BUNKWOUSE WITH YOUR J ^_ _—^ \ 
, FRIENDS! / 11 


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( WHAT'S THE MATTEE.^H 

BIS SHOT? WHY ALL ■ 

V, THE GLOOM? _^B 


DANCE, OUIE 


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i think danci«6's 
dumb ! but if i 
coulp learn a few 
steps. . . i coulp 60 
tqthewktv...! 





WHAT DO YOU MEAN \ WHAT'5 WRONG ABOUT 
..TELUN6 ANNETTE | THAT? YOU TOLP 
J. CAN'T DANCE? . EVERYBODY YOURSELF/ 




HE'S UNCONSCIOUS!.. ▼ ILL GO ON AHEAD 
WE'VE GOT TO GET HIM ^. AND PHONE 

BACK TO THE RANCH AS ^M DR. SPALDING 
FAST AS WE CAN 1 




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DKINK THIS .SKYROCKET! 
HOARHQUNP SVELP...LIKE N-1 
GRANPPAPPY U5EPT0MAKE' " 
MADE IT FOE YOU! WE'VE 
TRIEP EVERYTHIN6 ELSE.' 




60SH, MARTY! 
AtOOCWE'S CLOTHES 
ARE GONE'. LOOKS 
LIKE HE'S PUN 
AWAV! BUT WHY? 




MACTN! PERKINS 
WHAT IN THE WORLD 
HAPPENED TO YOU" 




DON'T GET EXCITED, 
GRAMMY! IT'S ONLY BEE 
5TINGS ! THE DOCTOR 

PAINTED US WITH THIS 
MEDICINE STUFF TO 
STOP THE SWELLING 



I BUMPED INTO A 
BEE HIVE WHEN WE 
WERE GETTING PINE 
TREE BRANCHES TO 
DECORATE THE DANCE 
FLOOR! PERKINS 
TBIED TO SAVE ME 





M W £ BUHMOUSE. . . 




I'VE tf»r TO TALK TO YOU, 
MARTY! YOUfcND IAREPALS! 
LET'S NOT FK3HT OVER A G1BL! 
I TOLD YOU L'M SOBRY! 



SCffffY. . .MV 

\ FOOT! A FINE PAL 

/ YOU TUENEO OUT 

TO BE.. .YOU 

DOUBLE-CROSSERI 




WHO'S THE BIS 
COCKV-LOOKIN'GUY 
ON THE NORTH 
FORK TEAM 




oooh,spin! are you Vi sure could... 
all right? 2 was so 1 if it hadn't 
scared! vou could a seen for 
have drownep; y\ marty 1 




If musical laughter .* 

. . is what you're after . . 

Read Walt Disney's # 



|LlY symphonies 



AT YOUR FAVORITE DELL COMICS DEALER 




Freedom of the 
Wild Horses 




To many readers, the wild horse, Dynamite, in the previous story, may have 
appeared to be loco, but a little understanding oi the life of such a horse may 
help to explain his unusual actions. 




Strange horses are unwelcome to the wild 
horse, especially if they carry the scent of 
man — the greatest thieat to his way of life. 




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Completely independent, with mother nature 
as his only provider, it is natural that the wild 
horse will fight to retain his freedom. 




Confronted with poor grass, dry water holes, 
and mountain lions — plus the ever-present 
threat of wild horse hunters— he is in constant 



danger. Living such a tense and aggressive 
life, it is easy to understand why the wild 
horse often appears locol